Charles Shapiro, UCSD
What the administration can do is remove obstacles to the incipient Cuban private sector.
Let’s start with the Internet.
The United States should do everything we can to facilitate Internet access for Cuban citizens. Ordinary Cubans wait for hours to purchase Internet time at Cuban telephone company offices, the closest thing there is to Internet cafes.
Anything we can do on our end to facilitate real Internet access in Cuba is worthwhile, even if the “price” of doing that is working with the Cuban government telecommunications monopoly....